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Life After Diets

Sarah Dosanjh / Stefanie Michele

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Many people are waking up to the fact that diets don't work, but if we're not dieting, now what? How are we supposed to find balance around food and figure out how to eat? Join Sarah and Stef, a psychotherapist and a health coach, as they talk about all things related to disordered eating, bad body image and creating a life that's free from food and body obsession. The hosts draw on their own eating struggles and openly share the highs and lows of pursuing food freedom over weight loss.
 
You can put an end to food obsessions, body dissatisfaction and cravings. You can make peace with food and your body and have the energy and vitality you want! And you can be healthy without dieting. I'm Carolyn Coker Ross, MD and I'm a specialist in treating binge eating, food addiction and emotional eating and I'd love to teach you how to regain your self-confidence, end your struggle with food and weight and be free to live your life again.
 
The Emotional Eating (and Everything Else Podcast) is for women who want to change their relationship with food, their bodies, and themselves. How we use food and how relate to our bodies is complicated. That’s why we’ll be talking about everything that has anything to do with emotional eating. Like exiting our toxic diet culture, creating new coping skills, learning how to respect your body, and adopting an Intuitive Eating lifestyle. Yes, we’ll be covering it all! So if you’re ready to fin ...
 
Always dieting? You're not the problem - in fact you are the solution in the making. The real problem is everything that you’ve been told about food, weight, and you're worth as a woman. You didn't fail. Diets failed you... and it's time to break free! This non-diet podcast is hosted by Stephanie Dodier Clinical Nutritionist, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor and creator of the Going Beyond The Food Method™️ this podcast will explore with you solutions to liberate yourself. Enters the sol ...
 
Undiet Your Coaching Practice podcast is your go-to resource for building a non-diet coaching business. This show is packed with everything you need to create a profitable non-diet coaching business with massive impact! Whether you’re a health coach, nutritionist, life coach, body image coach, fitness coach, nurse, or any health or mental health practitioner, you will learn something on the show that applies to you. Your host, Stephanie Dodier is a Clinical Nutritionist, Certified Intuitive ...
 
Coach MK (Fleming) is the founder of Fitness Protection, LLC. She is a run coach not life coach, but we're never really talking about the running! She isn't afraid to call out, and push back against, Diet Culture and its impact on her runners. She is committed to ensuring that no runner discounts their own badassery while combatting fatphobia and sizeism in the fitness industry. This podcast is geared towards every runner who won’t lose their home or health insurance if they show up to the c ...
 
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Have you ever felt like you don’t want to start eating because it actually makes it harder to stop? Why do you think that is? In this episode, we discuss: The desire to put off eating to reduce “out of control” eating The psychology of the ego in diet mentality, and how that sets up expectations and perfectionism with food The “Eat When You’re Hung…
 
Since we’ve been talking a lot lately about the negative impact of diet culture and leaving diets in the dust, I think it's also vitally important to talk about weight loss. Obviously, dieting is mostly about weight loss and shrinking our bodies, so how can you step away from diet culture without looking at your desire for weight loss? You can't. S…
 
Coping with your emotions without turning to food is an important skill to have. Having the right tools to support your emotions can help you discern when coping with food isn’t helpful. Here’s the thing: emotional eating is normal, but we don’t often see it that way. This is because the general perception is that emotional eating is bad... it’s no…
 
Have you ever thought: “I’ve gained weight and now I don’t want anyone to see me?” In this episode, Sarah & Stef talk about: Stef & Sarah’s family reactions to weight changes How it feels to see ex-partners The opinion of the collective versus the personal How our brains recalibrate weight changes Do you like someone less when their weight changes?…
 
If you’re struggling with food addiction, binge eating or emotional eating, at some point you may have come to realize that there’s something deeper to your food and body image issues. If you ask yourself what the cause is of most of your suffering about your food obsessions and body hatred, you may realize that it is because of these problems you …
 
Healthy eating is different for every human. There is no one plan that works for everyone, yet this is what most “healthy eating” plans miss. In this episode, we explore healthy eating in 7 steps without having to restrict ANY food... This is the non-diet approach to healthy eating. Follow these steps and you will feel powerful in your relationship…
 
All the self-help input in the world feels like it makes sense until the moment a binge urge presents itself – and then what? In this episode, we discuss: Announcement: More live Zoom Community events! Is the point of recovery to get rid of binge urges or to manage them? Permission to binge as a binge management tool Are there different kinds of bi…
 
So 2022 has begun, and the diet ads are in full swing! But we're not falling for it, right? Let's make food and body freedom the goal for 2022! What does food and body freedom mean? It means no longer thinking about, caring, or working on shrinking yourself. It means no longer hating your body--no matter what it's size. And it means eating the food…
 
I'M BACK BABY! The KGK podcast is back. This episode is covering the three questions you should ask yourself in the new year or prior to starting a new fitness routine. The all or nothing, crazy restrictive diets tend to set you up to feel like a failure. But trust me boo thang, it's not YOU, it's them. Start your fitness journey on the right foot …
 
Upgrade your body image with body neutrality so that you can free yourself from all-consuming negative body image. Your body image is not uni-dimensional. Rather, it’s the sum of how you see, think, and feel about your body. And as a result, how you treat your body. The goal of body neutrality is to dial down the enormous significance that’s being …
 
Have you ever looked at a photograph of yourself and moved into a bad body image spiral? What is it about photos that feels so triggering? In this episode, we discuss: Why Sarah changed the topic of this episode at the last minute The difference between intellectual body image and emotional body image How a photo feels in the moment vs how it feels…
 
We've just made it through the holidays, and now we're faced with the next stressful season: diet season. Yes, this is the time of year that diet companies give it their all to make you feel like sh*t so you'll buy their products. Let's not buy into that (literally) this year! Today's episode looks at the history of diet culture (spoiler alert: it'…
 
Unconscious core beliefs can stand between you and your goal to put an end to your food, body image, and weight issues. When first formed, usually when you were younger and during times of transition, trauma, or emotional upheaval, core beliefs are solutions to problems you couldn’t solve—perhaps because you didn’t have the resources at the time. R…
 
GUIDED MEDITATION TO RESET AFTER OVEREATING, BINGE EATING AND/OR EMOTIONAL EATING – Sarah shares her guided meditation to help you find balance after an episode of out-of-control eating. Compulsive eating is a cycle and sometimes the place to break in the cycle is how we treat ourselves AFTER we have binged by shifting our emotional state and setti…
 
You know that you struggle with binge eating or overeating, so now what? When I recall the last time I caught myself binge eating, I knew that’s what I was doing, but I had no idea why I was doing it. I blamed, judged, and punished myself for it, and kept it all a secret. I now know that I was eating in response to the food restriction I was imposi…
 
We're getting close to the holidays--I hope you're ready! In today's episode, we're talking about how to use IFS to help those parts that get hijacked during family gatherings and social events. You know how it goes. Someone makes a comment about your weight or asks you if you "should be eating that." Or they start body-shaming themselves--or you. …
 
Have you ever felt like you might be truly addicted to food? Have you been told that food is addictive and you have to avoid certain foods in order to have control over your eating? In this episode, we discuss: Is food addiction about the food or the behavior? The role of the addiction model in OA The withdrawal effect of a post-binge day Do “hyper…
 
Since we're so close to Christmas, many of us are coming up on holiday gatherings, if you haven't been to some already. I hope that if you’re joining friends and family this coming weekend that you’re looking forward to it and that it will be a really positive experience for you! But if you’re approaching these gatherings with anxiety and trepidati…
 
Set non-diet goals for the new year so that the better life you desire is not conditional on achieving a goal. Diet culture goals are dirty goals - the ones you’re used to setting. They are the type of goals that focus only on having a better life AFTER you’ve achieved the goal. Dirty goals tell us that we need to achieve the thing in order to feel…
 
This week, Sarah & Stef answer a listener question: is there hope for healing even after having an eating disorder for decades? We discuss: The role of social media in recovery Is recovery a real thing, anyway? The emerging role of somatic experiencing The difference between younger clients and older clients in therapy and coaching Readiness that c…
 
Healthism is a term new to most of us, and especially to our non-diet coaching clients. It can be defined as the preoccupation with personal health as a primary focus for the definition and achievement of well-being; a goal which is to be attained primarily through the modification of lifestyles. Healthism is in a way the upgraded version of Diet C…
 
The holidays can be tough, can't they? We tend to have a lot of expectations for ourselves in terms of what we accomplish, but also in terms of how we eat. And the holidays can extremely difficult for those with eating and body issues. Food is obviously everywhere during the holidays. We’re faced with food far more than we usually are. And navigati…
 
If you’ve been struggling with binge eating, emotional eating and food addiction for most of your life, you may view your body as an adversary. When you experience negative feelings about your body, it may be the result of past hurtful experiences from childhood, which can lead to a disconnection between you and your body. This can lead to your sel…
 
The holidays are upon us! If you're someone who loves this time of year, good for you! But if you're not, you're in the right place. The holiday season can be really difficult for a variety of reasons. This is the thing that no one wants to talk about. So we're talking about it today. Let's chat about why the holidays are so tough and what to do ab…
 
Say no to Diet Culture's New Year, New You BS, and choose to create yourself this year. You are not something to be fixed, sister. Instead, you get to choose to create yourself without fixating on changing what you can see on the outside (your body). It's time to throw out the “New Year, New You” list of weight and health resolutions and commit to …
 
Has dieting been center-stage for so long that you don’t know who you would be without it? In this conversation, we discuss: Dieting, body image, and the pursuit of recovery as an identity The Diet Personality vs the Restricting Personality How our identities can feel black and white in a dieting mentality Why is dieting “bad” if it helps us create…
 
Co-opting intuitive eating is frustrating, problematic, and dangerous, but it’s not a surprise. It’s clear: people are starting to be done with dieting. That is to say, people want out from diet culture and are looking for options. Certainly, the weight loss & wellness industry is paying attention. I’m honored to welcome Evelyn Tribole to our podca…
 
Last week, we talked about the approach that I use with clients called Internal Family Systems, or IFS. In my humble opinion, this approach almost always gives people the missing piece in their confusion about emotional eating: Clarity. What do I mean by that? Well, most of my clients will tell you that they're emotional eaters. And/or comfort eate…
 
Food Freedom these days is getting tossed around a lot...and unfortunately, most often it’s a clickbait term to diet culture. The truth is, Food Freedom is simply normal eating. It is our innate state of being as humans until the moment restriction comes in. These restrictions and rules are layered on in the Food Freedom Diet, all under the disguis…
 
So many people are on board with the idea of not dieting anymore, but does that mean giving up on weight loss entirely? In this episode, we dive into: Can you diet and heal from dieting at the same time? Can you heal your relationship with food and return to the pursuit of weight loss? Does “taking better care of yourself” mean you’ll lose weight? …
 
Dear colleagues, it’s time we stop letting diets control our clients’ lives. We must help them take their power back from the latest diet… including the latest keto expert! Teaching Intuitive Eating in a palatable way is key to making your non-diet coaching marketing more approachable. Simplifying important concepts and teaching through storytellin…
 
Question… Have you ever heard yourself say, “Part of me wants this, but part of me doesn’t?” Like, "Part of me really wants that chocolate, but part of me thinks I shouldn't have it?" Or maybe, “Part of me really wants to stop turning to food when I'm upset, but part of me feels like I can't live without it?" Or have you ever felt like you have an …
 
'Tis the season to smash down diet culture... and if we want that, we need to understand the roots of the holiday season so that we can smash down the roots of oppression. "Indulgence” is rooted in diet culture – it makes you feel bad for enjoying holiday foods and it sets you up for eating out of control. It is a stepping stone on the path to bing…
 
Happy Thanksgiving! Just a quick bonus episode to say thank you so much for listening. I'm so grateful that you're here, and I truly hope you find the information helpful. And also to say that during this time of thanks, how about we send some gratitude to our bodies? I know that's tough! But they need it. They're the only ones we have, they keep u…
 
But How Do I Handle My Relatives? As we head into the holiday season, discussions about family dynamics and boundary setting with loved ones is a relevant conversation post-dieting. Do you find it difficult to stay grounded in the presence of family members? Is it harder to stay in a protected headspace? Join the conversation where we talk about: T…
 
Did you know that there is a hidden force that drives your behaviors associated with food addiction, emotional eating and binge eating? This hidden force is your emotions and when you struggle to regulate your emotions, it can have a big impact on your binge eating, emotional eating and food addiction behaviors. If you have food and body image issu…
 
Body size diversity in coaching is essential to dismantling fatphobia and diet culture. In today’s Panel Discussion with Brianna Campos & Victoria Welsby, we discuss diverse body representation. We also explored how fatphobia impacts visibility and success for fat folks, and what our straight-sized colleagues can do to take action. We need to eradi…
 
Imagine… Eating the foods that you enjoy—with no guilt. Eating until you feel full and satisfied—and ending your meal. Having those cookies that you usually can’t stop eating sitting right on your kitchen counter—and being able to walk right on by. Not being able to remember the last time you ate in response to your emotions--it's been that long. A…
 
Do you often answer the question “How are you doing?” with “I’m just so busy....” The thoughts that want to validate the fact that you’re too busy, that there’s not enough time, are coming from the exact same place in your brain that criticizes your body, that criticize your food choices. That part of your brain is your fight or flight part of your…
 
All or Nothing (otherwise known as black and white) thinking is one of the most common thought patterns of disordered eaters. Do you ever feel like you’ve eaten one “bad” food and you “might as well keep going?” Or feel rigid thinking that turns into an all-out binge? In this episode, we talk about: What is black and white thinking? How black & whi…
 
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